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    Canadian Arctic Tours

    Canadian Arctic tours are an unforgettable experience, taking travellers into the wildest parts of the country to view stunning wildlife, landscapes, and natural phenomena. From dazzling Aurora Borealis experiences to trekking in Tombstone Park, Canadian Arctic tours will surprise you with show-stopping beauty at every turn. Looking for a unique experience in the Canadian backcountry? Check out our list of Canadian Arctic tours below.

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      Open details for Aurora Borealis Tour

      Canadian Arctic

      Aurora Borealis Tour

      Embark on a bucket-list adventure in Northern Canada’s Yukon territory, where the Aurora Borealis ripples into the night sky, rendering its audience mesmerized as it ebbs and flows.

      Cultural Sightseeing
      Partially Guided
      Jan-Mar, Aug-Dec
      3 days from $450USDDetails
      Open details for Aurora Borealis and Southern Lakes Resort Tour

      Canadian Arctic

      Aurora Borealis and Southern Lakes Resort Tour

      Experience the enchanting Aurora Borealis itinerary, elevated with a 3-night sojourn at the Southern Lakes Resort in Whitehorse, Yukon. This exceptional journey into Canada’s north offers an ideal haven for relaxation and rejuvenation. By day, immerse yourself in the natural beauty of Whitehorse, and by night, engage in captivating pursuits under the awe-inspiring northern lights that dance across our skies.

      Aurora
      Partially Guided
      Jan-Apr, Aug-Dec
      6 days from $1,625USDDetails
      Open details for Trekking in Yukon’s Tombstone Park

      Canadian Arctic

      Trekking in Yukon’s Tombstone Park

      Tombstone Territorial Park is often referred to as the Northern Hemisphere’s Patagonia. This remote part of the Yukon is blessed with incredible hiking and scenery, and is truly a once in a lifetime trip for hikers and trekkers that love remote, unspoiled wilderness.

      Trekking
      Guided
      Aug
      8 days from $1,950USDDetails
      Open details for Big Salmon River Canoe Tour

      Canadian Arctic

      Big Salmon River Canoe Tour

      Is there anything more spectacular than spending time in Canada’s far north, away from the stresses over everyday life? This 12-day canoe tour allows you to marvel at this beautiful part of the Yukon.

      Canoeing
      Guided
      May-Sep
      15 days from $2,350USDDetails
      Open details for Yukon’s Autumn Colours and Northern Lights Self-Drive Tour

      Canadian Arctic

      Yukon’s Autumn Colours and Northern Lights Self-Drive Tour

      The Yukon’s Autumn Colours and Northern Lights Self-Drive Tour is an exciting self-drive itinerary that will take you on an incredible journey into the wild north. You’ll spend 13 days driving from one amazing park or town to the next while camping in your tent-equipped four-wheel-drive vehicle.

      Overland
      Self-Guided
      Sep-Oct
      13 days from $2,495USDDetails
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      Open details for Yukon Dog Sledding Expedition

      Canadian Arctic

      Yukon Dog Sledding Expedition

      During the winter months, the endless wilderness and stunning mountain landscapes of Yukon sparkle under a blanket of snow. On the Yukon Dog Sledding Expedition, you’ll enjoy the majestic beauty of the north on an unforgettable sledding adventure.

      Wildlife Watching
      Partially Guided
      Jan-Mar, Dec
      8 days from $2,675USDDetails
      Open details for Northern Lights Wilderness Escape

      Canadian Arctic

      Northern Lights Wilderness Escape

      Journey to the Northwest Territories for the winter wilderness adventure of a lifetime! The Northern Lights Wilderness Escape takes you from Yellowknife to a wilderness lodge that is only accessible by bush plane for a winter experience unlike any other.

      Cross-Country Skiing
      Partially Guided
      Jan-Apr, Dec
      7 days from $2,795USDDetails
      Open details for Yukon River Canoe Trip

      Canadian Arctic

      Yukon River Canoe Trip

      Is there a better way to get away from it all then on a canoe, exploring the beauty of Canada’s Northern Yukon Territory? This guided canoe tour is the trip if you want to discover the wild Canadian North.

      Canoeing
      Guided
      Jun-Sep
      20 days from $2,925USDDetails
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      Open details for Alaska & Yukon Adventure Tour

      Alaska

      Alaska & Yukon Adventure Tour

      Let the rolling tundra, snaking inlets, stark blue glaciers tucked in the foot of snow-swept mountains envelop you as you paddle the Yukon and Teslin Rivers and twist through subarctic passes by foot.

      Multisport
      Guided
      May-Sep
      22 days from $3,225USDDetails
      Open details for Arctic Ocean and Dempster Highway Road Trip

      Canadian Arctic

      Arctic Ocean and Dempster Highway Road Trip

      The ultimate northern road trip! On the weeklong Arctic Ocean and Dempster Highway Road Trip, you will visit Tuktoyaktuk, an Inuvialuit hamlet on the Arctic Coast. This incredible road trip will take you through mountain ranges and alpine tundra, crossing remote rivers to reach the end of this iconic gravel road. People come from all round the world to drive the Dempster Highway and make their way to Inuvik, Tuktoyaktuk and the Arctic Ocean.

      Cultural Sightseeing
      Guided
      Jun-Sep
      7 days from $3,250USDDetails
      Open details for Northern Lights in remote Northwest Territories

      Canadian Arctic

      Northern Lights in remote Northwest Territories

      The Northern Lights in remote Northwest Territories is a 7-day trip into the remote northern part of Canada. Your activities are included, so you can fill your days with fun outdoor sports or relax by the lake and appreciate the peaceful scenery.

      Walking
      Partially Guided
      Aug-Oct
      7 days from $3,350USDDetails
      Open details for Yukon and Alaska Self-Drive Tour

      Alaska

      Yukon and Alaska Self-Drive Tour

      The Yukon and Alaska Self-Drive Tour promises to be an unforgettable experience. Take a road expedition into the vast northern wilderness. Spend 14 days following the historic Klondike route while you hike and explore the unbelievable landscapes.

      Walking
      Self-Guided
      Jun-Sep
      14 days from $3,350USDDetails
      Open details for The Rockies, Yukon, and Alaska Hiking & Camping Tour

      Alaska

      The Rockies, Yukon, and Alaska Hiking & Camping Tour

      Want to explore the best of the Canadian Rockies, Yukon and Alaska? This is the trip for you, and while you’re at it, enjoy the true northern experience, and camp for 17 nights, enjoying campfires, nature and fresh air!

      Rafting
      Guided
      Jun-Sep
      22 days from $3,450USDDetails
      Open details for Best of Yukon and Alaska Sightseeing Tour

      Alaska

      Best of Yukon and Alaska Sightseeing Tour

      For those dreaming of the north, the Best of the Yukon and Alaska Sightseeing Tour awaits. This luxurious, classic adventure takes in the very best Alaska and Canada’s Yukon Territory have to offer. Departing from Whitehorse, a comfortable coach will take you along scenic roads that retrace ancient trading routes, historic Gold Rush trails, and important wildlife corridors. The tour stops at three of the north’s most famous national parks: Kluane, home to Canada’s tallest mountain and the world’s largest non-polar icefield; Denali, world renowned for wildlife viewing and home to the tallest mountain in North America; and an optional tour to the all-marine Kenai Fjords National Park for the North’s premier marine life viewing.

      Cultural Sightseeing
      Guided
      May-Sep
      15 days from $4,125USDDetails
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      Open details for Yukon and Alaska Hiking Tour

      Alaska

      Yukon and Alaska Hiking Tour

      Yukon and Alaska encompass endless trails, ones that explode with fascinating tales of the past. This 15-day hiking tour has you staying in comfortable hotels while you explore the best of Alaska and Yukon.

      Cruise
      Guided
      May-Sep
      15 days from $4,150USDDetails

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      Canadian Arctic General Information

      Where to go in the Canadian Arctic

      When considering where to go in the Canadian Arctic, destinations like Yukon offer incredible starting points. With its rugged terrain and pristine wilderness, Yukon provides ample opportunities for outdoor exploration and adventure. Other notable areas include Iqaluit and Inuvik, each offering its own distinct Arctic experience.

      What to do in the Canadian Arctic

      For those wondering what to do in the Canadian Arctic, the options are endless. From exhilarating hiking tours through the Arctic tundra to mesmerizing aurora borealis viewing experiences under the northern lights, there's something for everyone. Additionally, exploring indigenous culture and wildlife encounters are highlights of Arctic adventures.

      When to go to the Canadian Arctic

      Deciding when to visit the Canadian Arctic depends on personal preferences and desired activities. While summer offers extended daylight hours for hiking and wildlife spotting, winter brings the magical spectacle of the aurora borealis. Spring and autumn provide opportunities for unique experiences with fewer crowds, making every season ideal for exploring the wonders of the Canadian Arctic.

      Top 5 Adventure Tours in the Canadian Arctic

      1. Aurora Borealis Tour: Witness the mesmerizing Aurora Borealis on this guided tour, capturing the magic of the Northern Lights.
      2. Trekking in Yukon’s Tombstone Park: Embark on an unforgettable trek through Yukon’s Tombstone Park, immersing yourself in pristine wilderness and rugged beauty.
      3. Big Salmon River Canoe Tour: Paddle the scenic Big Salmon River on a guided canoe tour, experiencing the tranquility of the Yukon wilderness.
      4. Yukon and Alaska Hiking Tour: Explore the stunning landscapes of Yukon and Alaska on this hiking tour, discovering the wonders of these majestic regions.
      5. Winter in Yukon’s Kluane National Park: Experience the serene beauty of winter in Yukon’s Kluane National Park, with opportunities for snowshoeing, ice fishing, and more.

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